After collaboratively debuting at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 Albums chart for their Drip Harder album, moving 130,000 units in its first week, Lil Baby and Gunna have offically logged eight total songs on the Bilboard Hot 100 Songs chart. Leading things are, of course, "Drip Too hard" which surges from No. 25 to No. 4, marking the first Top 10 record for Gunna as Baby earns his second after the Drake-assisted "Yes Indeed" reach No. 5 this summer.

"Drip Too Hard" reaches it new peak after garnering an impressive 41.3 million streams in the United States last week, solidifying a No. 1 spot on the current Streaming Songs chart as well.

Here is the complete list of entries from the duo's album:

No. 4, "Drip Too Hard" 
No. 15, "Never Recover" feat. Drake
No. 28, "Close Friends" 
No. 54, "Off White VLONE" feat. Lil Durk & NAV
No. 61, "Business Is Business" 
No. 80, "Belly"
No. 97, "Deep End" 
No. 98, "I Am" 

"Never Recover" marks the 189th Hot 100 track for Drake, only adding on to his achieved record among solo artists for the most Hot 100 entries of all time. It also gives Drizzy his 32nd track on the Hot 100 this year, marking the most among solo acts in 2018 alone. The next figure is 25, earned by Travis Scott.

"Off White VLONE" notably gifts Lil Durk with his first entry on the Hot 100, but he's certianly no stranger to the charts. He's previosuly touched the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart with his No. 43 "Like Me," featuring Jeremih from 2015 and the Dej Loaf-assisted "My Beyonce," which his No. 32 in 2016.